Published on : Mar 11, 2015
Not all rejoices St. Paddy’s Day by raising a pint of green beer. A lot choose to drink Irish whiskey served directly or in drinks such as the Irish coffee or car bomb. Irish whiskey is trending as of now.
According to the Distilled Spirits Council of the United States, at present, the Irish whiskey is one of the fastest-developing segments in the United States amongst all distilled spirits. The sales of the Irish whiskey rose 9.1% in 2014 and 5.38% since 2002, as reported by the reports.
The Irish whiskey segment has advantaged largely from the revitalization of the entire whiskey market. Including scotch and bourbon, the customers are trying out more whiskeys and are enjoying knowing about the various tastes of various whiskeys and their origins. The customers are becoming more knowledgeable, and with this knowledge, they are becoming more experimental.
The whiskey refers to the kind of liquor, which is extracted from a mash of fermented grains. There are many kinds of whiskey such as bourbon, Tennessee, rye, scotch, Canadian, and Irish style whiskeys. The manufacturing of each one is synchronized by the government of the country of origin of the spirit.
According to the Distilled Spirits Council, the Irish whiskey is accessible liquor. It has a sweeter, lighter flavor profile that appeals to customers who are new to the whiskey segment. It can be mixed easily that makes it an excellent choice for cocktails.